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Full text of "Rapid Population Growth Consequences And Policy Implications"

Mexico, 8
Migrants, 12, 43-44, 46, 76
Migration, internal: and family, 40; and population distribution, 36; and population policies, 70, 71, 75, 79; return, 43; and urbanization, 3, 24, 27, 43-44, 59
Migration, international, 71-72, 76
Military service. See National service
Morocco, 14
Mortality: and age structure, 37; decline of 6-9, 36, 38; policies to reduce, 70, 71, 77-78, 94. See also Death rates; Infant-child mortality
Moslem cultures, 9
National service, 87, 95, 96 Natural increase, 7, 95 Nepal, 14 Nicaragua, 14 Northern America, 6, 20 Nutrition, 3, 8, 95, 99. See also Children; Food supply
Oceania, 6
Old age. See Age structure
Old-age insurance. See Social security
Organization of American States, 98
Organization   for Economic Cooperation
and Development, 98 Overcrowding. See Density
Pakistan,6, 14-15,21,75
Panama, 8
Pan American Health Organization, 98
Pearson Commission, 26-27
Philippines, 14, 21
Political consequences of rapid population growth, 3, 34-39, 76, 80. See also Governments
Pollution, 4, 17, 18, 65-67
Population Council, 15
Population growth: consequences of, 2-4, 16-69; differential patterns of, 36-37; future increase in 6, 10-12; history of, 5-8, 10, 12; recommendations about, 93-99; and world trade, 21-22. See also Fertility; Population policies
Population policies: to ameliorate effects of rapid growth, 70-77; and ethnic groups, 37; to influence rate of population growth, 4, 14, 70-72, 77-95; man-
agement of 90-91; multilateral and bilateral assistance for, 91, 97-98, 99; national, 94-95; special character of, 89 -90. See also Fertility control policies
Population  redistribution. See  Migration
Population types in less developed countries, 10-11,37-39
Poverty: and population policies, 77, 81, 82, 97; and rapid population growth, 2, 3,33,57,67
Privacy, 18
Private aid, for family planning, 4, 15,93, 98-99
Production: population growth and, 25; and trade, 21-22
Program evaluation, 98
Public health, 8, 70. See also Health; Health services
Puerto Rico, 8
Quality of Life. See Environment
Rapid population growth: consequences of, 2-4, 16-69; explanation of, 7-8. See also Economic development; Population growth; Resources
Recycling, 17, 21
Regional inequalities, 36
Research needs: in abortion procedures, 82; in demographic data, 97, 98; on demographic-economic interactions, 29-30; on fertility control, 14, 83-84; on population density and behavior, 35; on urbanization, 43-44, 75
Resources: in developing countries, 18-19; management of, 17-19; and population policy, 70; population vs. income in demand for, 18-19; substitutes for, 17; supply of, 1, 2, 16-22, 65; and trade, 19,20,21-22
Reunion, 8
Rockefeller Foundation, 15
Rural population growth, 10, 28, 39, 40-41,43,75,92
Rural-urban migration. See Migration, internal
Savings: and agricultural fluctuations, 25; of families, 48-49, 79; and rapid population growth, 2, 27, 29
Singapore, 8, 1427, 34; and world trade, 21, 32. See also Agriculture